Who Was Responsible For Romeo And Juliet's Death

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Romeo and Juliet Who is most responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet? It depends on your point of view. If you look at it a certain way everybody had role to play in the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. First off, Juliet herself was responsible for her own death, because she should not have engaged with a male who likes to hang around in her backyard attempting to look into her window, but should have paid attention to her mother and father instead. Also Juliet should have not have went along with Friar Lawrence's foolish arrangement, or forced him into propositioning it in the first place, she also committed suicide so that was her fault. Furthermore Romeo can also be held responsible because he should not have gone and poisoned…show more content…
Frontrunners for this distinction are: The Family Feud, the star- crossed lovers were doomed from the start entirely because of their families’ hatred of one another. Fate, because the Prologue suggests this when it calls them "star-crossed lovers" and talks about "their death-mark'd love" Lack of perspective, they were young, and they could not see past their terror of living without each other to make the correct choice and go on living. If they didn’t rush into things, they probably would have ended up together in the end. Love, the love between Romeo and Juliet not only gave them happiness, but it also caused them pain and heartache, and eventually their lives. Impetuousness, if they had only waited then time would have kept them apart and alive. Society, for a conveniently vague concept which can encompass everything else. Pointing the finger of who is at fault is actually very easy, but it does not help us or anyone in the least. At the end of the play, we do not see any of the characters accusing each other. The message is understanding and forgiveness. But as you can see everybody played a part in the deaths of Romeo and
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